Staff add Spice to concert

Staff & "Friends of the Village" joined invited talent to perform sketches, songs, dancing, story telling & musical entertainment at the annual Brunswick Gardens Retirement Village (Woodhouse) "Music Hall" produced by resident Pauline Gould with numerous helpers.  Staff performed as "Saucy Office Girls" showing the Spice Girls how it should be done. Photo Peter Wolstenholme
Staff & "Friends of the Village" joined invited talent to perform sketches, songs, dancing, story telling & musical entertainment at the annual Brunswick Gardens Retirement Village (Woodhouse) "Music Hall" produced by resident Pauline Gould with numerous helpers. Staff performed as "Saucy Office Girls" showing the Spice Girls how it should be done. Photo Peter Wolstenholme
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WHO needs another Spice Girls comeback tour?

Staff at a Sheffield retirement home gave the 1990s girl group a run for their money at a special musical concert.

Residents, workers and friends of the Brunswick Retirement Village in Woodhouse performed sketches, songs and read stories at the event, which is held every year.

As well as the Spice Girls tribute band – who called themselves the Saucy Office Girls – residents took part in a line dancing routine.

The audience also enjoyed a display of Filipino dancing, and residents picked up percussion instruments for a piece called Recycled Rhythm.